Which is better? Unless you’re competing towards the Olympics or your sports equivalent best of the best competition, it doesn’t matter. Intrigued as to why?
One of the most important things to consider when developing or commencing a new exercise routine is ensuring your new planned schedule is realistic and fits in with your life. If you’re not a morning person, and already getting up at 6 am to go to work, getting up at 4.30 am to fit in your daily dose is probably not as achievable as it would be as doing it after work.
Maybe you’ve three kids under the age of 6 and find day-to-day tasks always get in the way of your physical activity plans. For this person I would encourage an earlier morning rise to get your activity in before the munchkins arise from their slumber. Then you can squeeze in a 30-minute home routine and feel fabulous and accomplished for the rest of the day.
Even if one throws up in the middle of a supermarket.
It will not even matter – YOU did a workout this morning.
You’re doing so well in life!
Go get ‘em.
Back to it – having a good reflection and understanding how your day works and fitting in some exercise where it is realistic and achievable is the best way!